You ever wanted to live in a Bass Pro Shop? Well if you’ve got $30 million laying around and are willing to move to Indiana, you’re in luck.
Ok, it’s not really a Bass Pro Shop. But former NASCAR driver and three-time Cup Series champion Tony Stewart is selling his home in Columbus, Indiana, and it looks a lot like the inside of the sporting goods store.
The impressive 20,000 square foot home, named Hidden Hollow Ranch, was custom-built by Stewart in 2011 and is made of twisted lodgepole pine that was shipped in from the Rocky Mountains.
The house is located on 415 acres and has a nine-acre stocked lake, along with a hunting preserve featuring elk, turkey and deer.
The property also comes with a guest house and six car garage.
Inside the six-bedroom, eleven-bathroom home, there’s an 8,700-gallon freshwater aquarium in the great room, a commercial hibachi grill in the kitchen, and a bowling alley, golf simulator and gaming area complete with casino tables in the downstairs…complete with a massive bar.
Then of course there are the two story waterfall and trout stream in the entrance that really give the property that “Bass Pro Shop chic” look.
Contractor: "So what are some ideas you had for the house?"